November 15, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 29

Stories from the November 15, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

GW Briefs

Trachtenberg mulls new book Already a published author, University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg is digging through his files in hopes of returning to print. Trachtenberg, who has previously published three compilations of his speeches and writings, is looking through his collection of correspondences for printable material. “I’m fussing around with the possibility of writing a […]

Former senator creates SA watchdog group

Former Student Association Sen. L. Asher Corson formed a group earlier this semester to act as a watchdog over the SA. Corson said his group, The Student Voice, will better represent students in an organization he has often criticized as a Hatchet columnist. Students will be able to voice issues they want discussed in the […]


The article “Greeks sponsor comedian, auction” (Nov. 11, p.3) was written by Jessica Calefati, not Caitlin Carroll.

University to conduct fewer health inspections

Dormitories will get fewer health and safety inspections this year after Residential Property Management took responsibility for the examinations from the Community Living and Learning Center. The inspections, which were conducted by CLLC until this year, were previously made twice a semester by a building’s Community Facilitator to make sure students are not violating their […]

Soccer team wins A-10 crown

They lost early. They lost often. But when their season was on the line, the GW men’s soccer team could not be defeated. After losing eight out of their first 12 games, the Colonials went on a nine-game unbeaten streak that was capped off Sunday with a win in the Atlantic 10 Championship at Mount […]

Editorial: Interest in school spirit

Our View: A substantial investment in new methods of school spirit would enhance the University’s profile for students and recruits. Tonight’s men’s basketball game at Wake Forest is the beginning of an exciting season for the University. The players and the program in general are receiving substantial coverage in the national press, and are favored […]

Column: Don’t rush to judgement

It was quite disappointing to read in the Nov. 11 issue (“Board will not admit students,” p.1) that the Board of Trustees has seen fit to try to preemptively nullify any and all discussion of student representation on that body. Even if their reasons have some validity, it sounds as though they have not completely […]

Column: First semester in review

With the first semester of this academic year quickly coming to a close, the Student Association wants to bring you up to speed on what we’ve done, what we’re planning to do and where we are going on issues of academic affairs. Our year began with a push to get syllabi from academic departments and […]